Pepijn Leonard Demortier is a graduate student in Philosophy of Science. A native of Belgium, he was educated at the universities of Munich and Leuven. His writings have appeared in The American Spectator, The European Conservative, and other publications.
Economists and politicians will accuse me of using a sentimental argument rather than a scientific one. And to some extent my argument should be read in that capacity. However, what makes the point legitimate is that it shows that moral intuitions fade in modern, gigantic “communities."